SOURCE: Nashville Records, Inc.

April 18, 2007 17:24 ET

/ CORRECTION - Superstar Mickey Gilley Joins Nashville Records' Christmas Album

NASHVILLE, TN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 18, 2007 -- In the news release, "Superstar Mickey Gilley Joins Nashville Record's Christmas Album," issued earlier today by Nashville Records, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NSHV), we are advised by the company that the mention of Gilley's Club in first sentence of the second paragraph should read "Gilley's Club in Pasadena, Texas," rather than "Gilley's Club in Pasadena, California" as originally issued. Additionally, in the headline the company name should read "Nashville Records'" rather than "Nashville Record's." Complete corrected text follows.

Superstar Mickey Gilley Joins Nashville Records' Christmas Album

NASHVILLE, TN -- April 18, 2007 -- Nashville Records, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NSHV) announced today that legendary vocalist and pianist Mickey Gilley will appear on the Company's upcoming Christmas album. The album is already beginning to create widespread excitement in the county music industry and elsewhere as more and more popular performers line up to participate in this unprecedented production.

Mickey Gilley -- the cousin of Jerry Lee Lewis -- has been a leader in country music for more than three decades starting in 1970 when he opened Gilley's Club in Pasadena, Texas, which became the "in-place" for performers and audiences interested in country music, specifically honky tonk. His hit "Room Full of Roses" not only topped the country music charts but crossed-over to pop music as well -- rising to #50 on the charts. This highly popular recording was followed by 16 #1 hits, many "countrypolitan honky tonk," including "I Overlooked an Orchid," "City Lights," "She's Pulling Back Again," "True Love Ways," "Stand by Me," "That's All That Matters," and "A Headache Tomorrow (Or a Heartache Tonight)."

It was Gilley's cameo appearance (and songs) in the movie "Urban Cowboy" that catapulted his musical career into national prominence bringing him 6 straight #1 country music singles and a series of top 10 hits. The recipient of many country music awards in the mid-1970s (album of the year, entertainer of the year, single of the year, song of the year, top male vocalist and most promising male artist of the year), Gilley currently stars at his own permanent theater in Branson, Missouri in which hundreds of thousands of people go to see Mickey each year and buy his albums. Nashville Records President Gene Sibbett observed that, "There are few entertainers in the country music business that are as recognizable and popular as Mickey Gilley. To have Mickey join Nashville Records in what will possibly become a record-selling album is both an honor and a special treat -- clearly, it doesn't get any better."

Nashville Records, Inc. is a Nashville-based record label located in the heart of Music Row. The key management and advisors were industry-retired individuals that were dissatisfied with the direction in which the music industry was headed. In the past, this combined management team is credited with sales of well into the billions of dollars and has been responsible for hundreds of charted hits.

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